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Lunnye Devitsy (Windows)

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Lunnye Devitsy (which means Moon Maidens in Russian) is an exploration based platformer similar to the Knytt series. The game was made to celebrate the 40th anniversary of the 1969 moon landings and the player takes control of an alien who has fallen off the moon and now needs to get back to it. How this is supposed to be done is not immediately clear to player who is encouraged to explore and interact with the environment to find out about the different methods that can take the girl back to the moon. There are six different methods that can be used some of which are well hidden.

The controls of the game are simple. The player uses one button to jump another to run and direction keys to move. It's also possible to interact with certain items. There are no enemies in the game and it is not possible to die so therefore the player is allowed to take his time and explore the world in his own pace. The different methods to get back to the moon include collecting items, solving puzzles, platform jumping and pushing buttons. The player can upgrade his capabilities by picking up two power ups; one for double jumps and another for sprinting.


Lunnye Devitsy Windows I've managed to assemble the rocket and about to leave
Lunnye Devitsy Windows Apparently I need some extra weight to get this contraption to work
Lunnye Devitsy Windows And we managed to get back to the moon. There are five more ways to do it though.
Lunnye Devitsy Windows These creature will try to scare you away - they can't kill you though

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Indie Game Magazine Apr 12, 2013 87 out of 100 87
GameZebo Jun 22, 2010 4 Stars4 Stars4 Stars4 Stars4 Stars 80


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The game took two weeks to develop.


Lunnye Devitsy is Russian and means moon damsels. It's inspired by a song with the same name by the Russian band Mumiy Troll.
Kabushi (131163) added Lunnye Devitsy (Windows) on Apr 15, 2011